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David Fokos:

01/12/2010 - present

For scenes that contain a lot of movement I have used the camera’s unique ability to “average time” through long exposures ranging from 20 seconds to 60 minutes, to reveal what is felt but generally unseen. This process eliminates what I have termed “visual noise”. These are all the short-term temporal events (i.e., things that are moving) that can distract us from focusing on the underlying fundamental forms. In such scenes, my long exposures strip away this noise. In a way, it is like peeling back a page to reveal a world that, while very real, is not experienced visually. We feel it. We sense it. But in general, we don’t see it.  


Lisa Ross:
Africa North/South

08/03/2017 - 8/30/

This highly successful July show from the La Jolla Art Association gallery moves to Imaging the World Gallery in August. Shot over 14 years, large work on canvas from Morocco, Tunisia, Libya, Egypt, Namibia, Tanzania, Uganda, Botswana and Mozambique will be on the gallery walls. Wildlife, landscapes and abstracts.

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